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“I want to score points. Do you care how? No, I don’t care how, as long as we can run the ball, control the line of scrimmage, not turn it over, throw the ball downfield,” Smart said. “I’m very pleased with all those things.
“I do think that being explosive is much more important than being balanced, and explosive can be done in a lot of different ways.” [Emphasis added.]
That may be the most heretical thing ever uttered by a Georgia football coach in my lifetime. Maybe I should start referring to Todd Monken as the Kirby whisperer.